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Florida Real Estate Tax Reproration Agreement



Irene A., Rochelle C. and Linda V.


Arnold & Benedetta D.

Legal Description:

Unit No. 212, of xxxx CONDOMINIUM APARTMENTS, Building #x, according to the Declaration of Condominium thereof, as recorded in Official Records Book 3233, at Page 217, of the Public Records of BROWARD County, Florida.

Address of Property:

35 NE 13th Avenue, #214
Hallandale, Florida 33009


Chase Manhattan Mortgage Corporation

Purchaser and Seller agree that in the event the real estate and personal property taxes for the year 20__ vary in amount from the figures used in making the prorations used in closing the transfer and conveyance of the above described property to the purchaser, then a new proration and a correct and proper adjustment will be made upon demand, and will be made between the parties hereto themselves.

Purchaser and Seller agree that the Law office of Lawrence S. Tolchinsky, P.A. shall have not be have any obligation or duty to either party in this regard.

Dated this ____ day of March, 20__






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Disclaimer: This is a sample Tax Reproration Agreement used for a specific real estate closing and should not be used or relied upon for any real estate transaction. We recommend and urge you to consult with an experienced real estate lawyer for professional advice as each case is unique and the law is always changing.